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Large WwIi Vet Bringback lot

Article about: Hey guys I am posting this for my good friend Doggert Dog. He has recently purchased a large wwII vet bring back lot that is also including a German ob servers badge and a lot of other Germa

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    Hey guys I am posting this for my good friend Doggert Dog. He has recently purchased a large wwII vet bring back lot that is also including a German ob servers badge and a lot of other German and u.s related items. Could someone also research his serial number please.
    Thanks
    Ryan
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    What's the value of the observers badge?

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    I like what I see regarding the TR decorations but some good photos of them posted in the correct forum would tell us alot more.

    The Beobachterabzeichen is marked for Paul Meybauer and made of zinc. It looks in good condition too. If it checks out it could be worth a few hundred dollars, they're probably at the lower end of collectability compared to Juncker et al so not worth the four figure sums the 'grandee' makers command.

    Please get some more pics taken!

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    Very nice lot.........!

    Interesting that the US patches are 'Western Defense Command' and
    'Fourth Air Force' - which were both based on the west coast of the
    US in WWII - and also the '71st Division' which saw service in
    Europe during the war, and was then reactivated in the
    northwest United States and Alaska in 1954,
    and deactivated in 1956.........
    Regards,


    Steve.

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    Thanks. So did I do good for $500?

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    Nice pile. Rich A. in Pa.
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    Vegard T.
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    Quote by Doggert Dog View Post
    Thanks. So did I do good for $500?
    You should be able to get your $500 back on the Observers badge alone.

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    Quote by Doggert Dog View Post
    Thanks. So did I do good for $500?
    You did very well ! Congrats

    Nick
    "In all my years as a soldier, I have never seen men fight so hard." - SS Obergruppenfuhrer Wilhelm Bittrich - Arnhem

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